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Suarez In Tears, Says Goodbye To His Teammates.

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Luis Suarez says goodbye to Lionel Messi and teammates in a press conference.

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Suarez leaves Camp Nou as Barça’s third-highest goalscorer.

His six-year spell with the Catalan giants was brought to an abrupt and unexpected end by recently-appointed head coach Ronald Koeman.

Koeman decided that Suarez was surplus to requirements at Camp Nou.

Suarez  scored 21 goals in 36 games last season but there were occasions when he looked a little sluggish and out of sorts.

However, that hasn’t deterred Atletico boss Diego Simeone from bringing Suarez to the Wanda Metropolitano.

As a thank you for everything he’s done for the club, Barcelona allowed Suarez to say a proper goodbye in a special press conference.

The likes of Jordi Alba, Gerard Pique, Sergio Busquets and, of course, Lionel Messi were all in attendance.

At one point, Suarez struggled to get his words out as he failed to hold back the tears.

Watch the clip here…

“It is such a surprise, I didn’t have anything really prepared,” He said

“The club has always had so much confidence in me since 2014 when they signed me.

“The club trusted me knowing the conditions that came after the mistake I made.

“The conditions that I came here, they surrounded me, the confidence they had in me, it wasn’t easy to accept this, the coaches and the team-mates,

the way they accepted me when I came, it was amazing.

“All the people know the sacrifice that I made in these years to come to Barcelona and play for the best team in the world.

I am aware we are at the end of an era but I should be very proud of everything we have done.”

He continued: “The club needed changes and the coach didn’t count on me. I want to show that I can still perform at a high level.

“I’m joining Atletico Madrid with a lot of excitement, but I still haven’t thought about what it will be like to play against Barcelona. I haven’t fully digested it yet.”

 

He also hinted that his close friend Messi isn’t too happy with his departure.

“Leo knows what I think and I know what he thinks. We are old enough to give each other advice. Leo felt strange because I’m going to a direct rival, but nothing will change our relationship.”

 

Source: GiveMeSport

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